Miami Dolphins newcomer Tyreek Hill is continuing to impress and hype up Dolphins fans with his offseason activities.
At his football camp, Hill showed off his abilities by reeling in a one-handed catch.
Since the Dolphins traded for the 28-year-old, fans have been anticipating how well he will mesh with the team’s offense, particularly young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. But plays like the one in the video show how Hill can potentially make his teammates better.
Since entering the league in 2016 as a fifth-round draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs, the University of West Alabama product has been turning heads.
In his rookie season, Hill showcased his versatility by beginning the 2016 campaign as the Chiefs’ return specialist. He was the fourth wide receiver on the team’s depth chart. However, it did not take long for him to move up the ranks. The following season, he started 13 games as a wide receiver.
His partnership with star quarterback Patrick Mahomes helped the Chiefs consistently rank among the top teams in the league on offense for many years. The duo combined for some monster numbers on a regular basis. Hill and Mahomes also helped Kansas City win the Super Bowl in the 2019 season.
The Dolphins organization is certainly hoping that Hill will develop a strong two-man game with Tagovailoa. If the team can improve on the offensive end and continue to play solidly on defense, then a playoff appearance could be in store next season.